All Hallows High School - Halloween Yearbook (Bronx, NY)
- Class of 1958
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he Hungarian revolution of 1956 was a turning point in world
history. From now on Russian can trust no satellite country.
The young people of Hungary refused to be enslaved by
dictators who tried to take away their God-given personal liberty. The
liberty of an individual is something with which even God does not interfere.
Russia has portrayed itself as a big brother with a benign countenance.
However, after the slaughter in Budapest, all knew it to be just a mask.
Cardinal Ottaviani speaking on conditions in Hungary stated:
"Here on earth men proclaim themselves saviors of justice and peace, but
they make neither peace nor justice.
ln that body which ought to be the supreme assembly of world justice the
aggressor sits as a judge among other judges, and as representatives of the
victim there sit those who are accomplices of the assassin."
We, the class of '58 at All Hallows, dedicate this book to the courageous
people of Hungary, who stood alone with help from nobody, against the op-
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Wrth this Issue of your yearbook your name rs lrsted for the last trme rn the All Hallows
lnstrtute publrcatrons You are leavrng All Hallows your school for the past number of years
your are leavrng teachers who have endeavored to gurde you to sprrrtual and Intellectual
accomplrshments teachers who belreve that you have assrmrlated knowledge both Catholrc
and practrcal and who belreve that what you have learned you wrll practrce You are Ieavrng
frrends wrth whom you have spent many pleasant hours you are leavrng at atmosphere of
drscrplrne mrxed wrth krndness and thoughtfulness you are leavrng one world and enterrng
upon another one entrrely new where unparalleled opportunrtles awart those who have the
determmatron and fortrtude to avarl themselves of them and where the need for your Cath
olrcrty and your God centered rdeas rs great
You have now frnrshed one phase of lrfe and your school your teachers your parents and
your frrends are proud of you and happy that you have reached thus goal of lrfe the attarn
ment of whrch augurs well for your future success
Some of you wrll be successful to a greater degree others to a somewhat lesser degree
but endeavor to keep rn mrnd always that apart from God there rs no success whatever
emanates all the goodness vrrtue and strength of character so vrtally necessary for the
attarnment of goals so ardently desrred Thus clearsrgsted vrsron of God and the end all of
your endeavors wrll make everythrng you attempt a success every frrend you make a real
frrend every goal achieved another credrt rtem rn Heaven
We your teachers have been proud to have been assocrated wrth you at All Hallows
Proud because we feel that rn our efforts to ard you to accomplish somethrng worthwhrle
you have sensed the mam purpose rn lrfe and have cooperated wrth us to the full
Whale you now say your offrcral farewells to All Hallows rt rs merely a formalrty for the
bonds of frlendshrp formed over the years are not severed by a handshake or words of
farewell rather they are strengthened by the passrng years Wrth the deepest Interest we
shall watch your development along the road of lrfe always trustrng that rn each All Hallows
man the school wrll have lastmg cause for joy
Some of you wrll forget All Hallows most of you whrle not forgetting wrll have no further
contact wrth All Hallows but to all of you we wrsh the greatest possrble suscess and happr
ness May your loyaltres to God parents and frrends never waver and may God grant that
we may meet rn Heaven our True Home
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BRO. P. D. MCCARTHY
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BRO. A. P. SULLIVAN
Relrgron. History, Mathematrcs
Moderator of Band and Dance
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BRO. J. H. FITZGERALD
Relrgron, Latin, World History
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BRO. N. T. MURPHY
Reirgion. Latm, Hrstorf,
Moderator of the Sodatity of Our Lady
MR C HEFFERNAN
English World Hustory Mathematrcs
MR V GALLAGHER
General Scrence Mathematics
MR I KELLY BRO I G CARR
Regrstrar Rellglon Mathematics Chemrstry
Moderator of Fathers Club
Dlrector of Athletlcs
MR R KING
Englush Business Arithmetic
Coach of Basketball and Baseball
MR H BEAL
English Latm Economics Track Coach
BRO. D. P. SULLIVAN
Relrgroh, Hrstory. English,
Moderator ot the 'Blue and Whrte
BRO. I. B. WALSH
Rellgron. Physics. Mathematrcs,
Moderator of the Yearbook
BRO. J. R. KELLY
Retrgnon. History, Biology, Mathematrcs.
Moderator of Track
Relrgrorr, Brology. French,
Moderator of Gtee Club and Tennts
BRO. P. L. NAGLE
Rehgron French Englrsh.
Moderator of Handbatt and Bowhng
BRO 1 B TEMBREULL
BRD 1 B HANLEY
Latln Rellglon Economics
MR H SHANZ MR I OBROTKA
World Hlstory Engllsh Glee Club Instructor
MR. A. SAGAN
MISS M. 0 REILLY
Librarian , rf"f
BRO. H. P. DILLEMUTH
BRD. E. B. WAKEHAM
BRO. C. B. JOYCE
BRU. P. B. LANE
BRO. 1. K. KAVANAGH
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It was late June Semor year the prom graduatlon had all come and gone Moved
by nostalgrc memones of hugh school and a desire to vrslt my old haunts I slowly
made my way down the street to All Hallows As l approached the red bnck burldmg
a flash of whlte gleamlng ln the sun caught my eye lt was a statue over the mam
doorway Our Lady of All Hallows I walked to the corner and stood there gazrng up
She stood there beautlful and serene her arms spread ln welcome just as she
had welcomed our class when we flrst came to study under her lovlng surveillance
As I looked at her It appeared as lf she were thmkmg perhaps of us the class who
had walked beneath her gaze for the last tlme such a short whlle ago
She mlght have been remembermg the green fnghtened young Freshmen who
flled past ln that September of four years ago remembering how she had watched
us gradually bolster our confidence and settle down to four years of learnlng She
saw us make strong frlendshlps one by one learn together masterlng each subject
some wlth ease some wlth dlfflculty play together on the courts the tracks and
the dlamonds and pray together on First Fnday or ln the chapel each mormng untll
we were forged unto a unlt future All Hallows men
She could have been recalling exammatlon tame She had watched and sympathrzed
as we sat down at our desks wlth sweaty hands and poundmg hearts eyes mlrrorlng
our excltement She recalled how we nervously awaited the results the mornlng mall
would bnng us ralsrng us to soanng rellef or happrness or alas draggmg us to
She mlght have been thmkmg of the boys themselves theur sprnt thelr galety
their desrre to pull together hard For thus certannly was to a large extent what
made All Hallows what It was These qualltles ln the All Hallows men showed them
selves everywhere be It the classroom or the gym
l thunk that she must have smlled ln approval as each fellow helped the other
learn that she herself mlght have glven a llttle cheer as the team scored the wln
mng polnt and the stands rocked wlth shouts For thus the splrlt the spmt of All
Hallows comrng forth lt made us strong and good and It made us men
As I stood there I thought how much she must love the Brothers These men
were both teachers and frlends to us The atmosphere malntalned was llght and yet
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serious We were made to feel that while we must learn we could also enjoy our
selves Study was not such an arduous task when a light atmosphere prevailed The
Brothers seemed to have a knack for blending just the right amounts of discipline
There was another factor though which was more important There was a strong
friendship between the Brother and each student Each one of us felt like and was
treated like an individual We knew that the Brothers were concerned with each one
of us Through all four years in All Hallows they provided us with instruction en
couragement and friendship The result was a general wellbeing in us the students
and a greater willingness to work with the Brothers
Our Lady must give special heed to the Brothers when they pray to her for help
The Order is constantly expanding its scope there are many more vocations to the
Brotherhood and she gives the Brothers the strength to maintain their work in a
wonderful manner These benefits are but rewards for the work the Brothers are
doing for the love of her and her Son
Could she be thinking I wondered about First Fridays when the student body
came us a group to pay homage to her Divine Son? Surely this must have been a
another kind of spirit at All Hallows religious spirit
We had but a spark of this spirit perhaps when we entered as Freshmen but
nursed and fed by the teaching and example of the Brothers that spark soon rose
to a fire in our hearts as it had in hundreds of All Hallows men who had gone before
us lt is a fire not to be smothered by the torrent of troubles and temptations which
come in later life rather with the grace of God these trials will only serve to
intensify its blaze
ln our route to Heaven each of us must take a separate path Each path is filled
with a number of obstacles The object of All Hallows was to equip us to surmount
these obstacles They have attained this goal well
With this last thought in mind l turned from the school filled with a sense of
completion of fullness of peace and happiness for I realized that we the class
of 1958 had not walked beneath the gaze of Our Lady of All Hallows for the last
time I knew that she woud ever look out across the miles and see us wherever we
went whatever we did She would always be there to encourage us to help us
and to pray for us that we having someday finished our life on this earth can
return to her and her Son for all etermty
gladdening sight for her. Yet she knew that this.was but one manifestation of
JOHN MAGUME JAMES MORRBSEY WALTER OUAST
hose, who would glve up essential
llberty to purchase a llttle temporary
safety deserve nelther liberty nor
safety Bengamm Franklin
RALPH E. ACOSTA
Our Lady of Lourdes
Ralph, during his stay here at All
Hallows, has capably lent his talents
to the Handball Team for one year and
the Glee Club for two years. The best
wishes of the entire Senior Class go
with Ralph in his future studies.
JOHN H. ALLEN
lohn has had four profitable years at
All Hallows. During his stay he has
been a member of the Basketball Team.
He has also spent a year in the Glee
Club. Although his plans are undecided
at the present. we know that he will
be a success in his future endeavors.
IUSEPH M. BALLO
Joe, a four year honor student. is one
of the twelve year men at All Hallows.
He has lent his talents as stah' painist
to both the Glee Club and the Concert
Band, and he has served on the staff
of the Library League for three years.
After graduation Joe plans to attend
Dartmouth College. where he will take
up pre-medical studies. The entire Sen-
ior Class wishes him luck in his chosen
RICHARD l. ANASTASIO
St. Ignatius Loyola
During his four year stay at All Hallows,
Dick has been an honor student. He has
lent his talents to the Band for two
years and the Debating Society for four
years. Dick intends to pursue a course
in Pre-Med at the college of his choice.
NATALE T. BARBARA
Our Lady of Fatima
Nat, who hails from New Jersey. has
been an honor student for three years
during his stay here at All Hallows.
Besides being on the Track Team in
first year, Nat also participated in In-
tramural Basketball for three years and
was a member of the Glee Club in
Senior Year. We all wish him success
at Fordham where he plans to pursue
a course in Pharmacy.
IUIIN E. BECCUNSALL
John comes to us from Holy Rosary in
the Bronx. He has been a member of
the Handball Team for three years and
the Bowling Team for one year. Having
been a three year honor student he will
certainly be an asset to Manhattan
College where he plans to pursue a
course in Engineering.
STEPHEN I. BIZZARRI
Sparkill Grammar School
Steve has spent four profitable years at
All Hallows. During his stay he has par-
ticipated in the Band and has been a
member of the Track Team. Although
he is undecided as to future plans, we
are sure he will succeed in his chosen
MICHAEL I. BENNETT
Our Lady of Mercy
Since coming here four years ago, Mike
has contributed much to All Hallows.
He has participated in the Glee Club
and Library League for two years. AI-
though he is undecided as to his choice
of college, his genial personality will
assure him of success,
IAMES T. BRADY
lim, a four year honor student, has
been active on the staff of the "Blue
and White" for two years and was
elected Editor-in-Chief in his Senior
Year, Also to his credit are three years
of Intramural Basketball. We all wish
lim great success in his future studies
of Business at Iona College.
RICHARD A. BIELEMEIER
St. Frances de Chantal
Richie, an honor student for four years,
spent two years as a member of the
Bowling Teaem, competing in both lay
Vee and Intramural. Although his choice
of college is as yet undecided ,we are
sure that he will be successful in what-
ever he attempts.
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WILLIAM I. BRENNAN
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Since coming to All Hallows. Bill has
lent his talents to the Rowing Team in
Freshman Year. For the past two years
Bill has been a member of the Bowling
Team. At present his plans for the
future are uncertain but he intends to
go to a local college.
RICHARD C. BRADY
St. Nicholas Tolentine
Rich has won a host of friends during
his stay at All Hallows. His activities
include three years in the Glee Club.
three years of Handball and two in the
Library League. Rich hopes to attend
lona College where he intends to pure
sue a Liberal Arts Degree. We all wish
him the best of luck in his chosen
Frank, who wishes that many teachers
would learn to pronounce his last name
corectlv, has livened our four years
here with his friendly wit. Activity wise
he played Intramural Basketball for two
years. We all wish him the best of luck
in his future endeavors.
JAMES P, BRASSIL
lim, an honor in first year, has been
very active at All Hallows. Among his
accomplishments are three years in the
Band and one year in the Glee Club.
He also played Intramural Basketball.
We are sure he will be a success in
whatever he attempts.
CHARLES M. BRYCELAND
Since Charlie came to us in Freshman
Year from Sacred Heart. he has contrib-
uted two years to the Handball Team
and in fourth year Charlie participated
in Glee Club activities. He plans to
take a Liberal Arts course at a local
IAMES P, CARULAN
During his stay at All Hallows, lim has
been a four year honor student. His
quick smile and winning personality
have won him many friends at All Hal-
lows. lim is assured of success in his
study of Electrical Engineering at Man-
EDWARD T. BYRNE
Ted, during his four years at All Hal-
lows, has been a popular and creditable
member of the student body, He was
a member of the Cross Country Track
Team for two years and a member of
the Indoor and Outdoor Track Teams
for three years. Ted has not decided
the college where he will further his
education, but his genial personality
will surely win him friends anywhere.
JOSE M. CALLEIO, IR.
Our Lady nf Lourdes
During his four years in high school,
lose has spent two years in the Glee
Club. He plans to attend Manhattan
College where he hopes to pursue a
course in Electrical Engineeering. The
best wishes of the entire student body
go with lose in his future studies.
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During his stay at All Hallows, Vito has
been very aotivxe in the interest of the
school. He has been manager of many
of the teams including l.V. Baseball
and Basketball and Varsity Basketball,
His genial personality assures him of
success at Manhattan where he intends
to study Engineering.
CORNELIUS J. CARROLL
Neil was a member of the Cross Coun-
try Track Team in first year and he has
also been a member of the "Blue and
White" staff for three years. Although
he is undecided in his choice of col-
lege, he is assured of success in the
CURNELIUS F. CASH
Neil, a twelve year man at All Hallows,
has been a member of the Band for
four years and a member of the Bowl-
ing Team in Senior Year. The best
wishes of the graduating class go with
Neil in his future studies of Engineer-
MARK A. CASSIDY
During his stay at All Hallows, Mark
has participated in the Glee Club and
the Intramural Basketball program. He
has also been a two year honor stu-
dent. Upon graduation his plans in-
clude the study of Dentistry at Seton
MICHAEL J. CESARIO
"irish", who participated in Track in
his Freshman Year, has been an active
supporter of all school activities. He
has ardently supported the Basketball
Team by attending all of the games
played this season. His good wit and
personality will assure Mike outstand-
ing success in his studies of Engineer-
ing at Villanova.
IOHN T. CHIMERA
St. Joseph's Academy
During his stay here at All Hallows,
lohn has won many friends with his
winning smile and personality. The best
wishes of the entire Senior Class go
with John in his future studies at col-
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ANDREW R. CAVANAUGH
Andy has won many friends in four
years at All Hallows and his personality
assures him of success at the college
of his choice. We all wish Andy the
best of luck in his future studies.
During his four years at All Hallows,
Ron has distinguished himself as an
active participant in sports. He spent
one year on J.V. and one year on Var-
sity Basketball. In addition he ran
Track for one year. I am sure that
Ron's many friends will wish him the
best of luck in his studies at the
Academy of Aeronautics,
CHARLES T. COLGAN
One of the few boys in recent years to
come to All Hallows from Sacred Heart
of Manhattan. Charlie quickly made
many friendships which have lasted
these four years. A four year honor
student .he has played Baseball and
Intramural Basketball. As of yet unde-
cided on future plans, he is assured
of success in any career that he may
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THOMAS J. COOKE
Tom, coming from St. Cecelia's in New
Jersey, has participated in Freshman
Basketball and three years of lntrae
mural Basketball. He was on the honor
roll for two years. Tom hopes to attend
college and has plans to go to Holy
ROBERT W. COOPER
Tenafly Grammar School
Waide, during his stay here, has made
many friends. He has been on the
honor roll, participated on the lntrae
mural Basketball Team, and is a mem-
ber of the Glee Club, He plans to at-
tend a local college to pursue his
studies in Business Administration.
JOHN J. CONWAY
John is an All Hallows student from
way backg one of the twelve year men.
John's good humor has given a smile
to his classmates. His extra-curricular
activities include two years in the
Sodality. We are sure that he will be
successful in his chosen field of Busi-
VINCENT P. CORCDRAN
Vinny has made many friends at All
Hallows in his four years here, He was
an honor student for four years and he
was also a member of the lntramural
Basketball Team. Vinny intends to study
Electrical Engineering at Manhattan
College. His friendly personality as-
sures him of success in his career.
ALBERT E. CRABTREE
Al. a twelve year man at All Hallows.
has been a member of the scholarship
class and an honor student for four
years. He has capably lent his talents
to the Debating Society for three years.
the Dance Committee and Prom Com-
mittee. the "Blue and White" and the
Yearbook, for two years. ln Senior
Year Al was chosen Editor-ineChief of
the "Halloween". The best wishes of
the Senior Class go with Al to
Cross where he intends to study Pre-
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THOMAS 1. CULLITUN
St. Angela Merici
Tom has made many frineds during his
stay at All Hallows. He has been in the
Glee Club for four years. We wish Tom
all the success in the world where he
intends to study Law.
MAURICE 1. CULHANE
During Reec's four years at All Hallows,
he has been a member of the Track
Team and in Senior Year, he was a
member of the Glee Club, He plans to
attend Villanova in furtherance of his
studies. We are all confident of his
success in college.
WILLIAM 1. DALTON
Our Lady of Fatima
Bill. from lersey. has been a four year
honor student, Among his activities are
included a year in the Library League
and a year as a member of the "Hal-
loween Staff". After graduation Bill in-
tends to study Electrical Engineering at
ANTHONY C. D'ANGELO
St. Martin ot Tours
Smce Tony came to All Hallows he has
made many new friends, He was a
member of the Bowling Team and the
Glee Club and he has also been a
member of the Debating Society. Tony
plans to take a course in Science at
ERNEST 1. DeSALVO
Ernie, a four year man, was an honor
student for three years. Sam, as he is
known around school, was a member of
the Glee Club and the Intramural Bass
ketball Team. each for one year, He
intends to study Engineering at Man-
RICHARD E. DeCOURSY
Our Lady ot Solace
Dick has attended All Hallows for four
years, during which he has won fifty
three medals for the Track Team. Dick
will complete his Senior Year as a four
year letterman in Cross Country, Track
and Field Events. He plans to pursue a
course in Business Law at Iona College.
ROBERT B. DiCONSIGLl0
Coming to All Hallows in second year.
Bob joined the "Blue and White" staff
and became a feature writer in Senior
Year. After graduation Bob intends to
pursue a Liberal Arts degree at Iona
GERARD A. DeMARCHl
St. Angela Merici
Gerry, a four year honor student at All
Hallows, has been an active supporter
of school activities. Joining the staff of
the "Blue and White" as a feature
writer, he held several positions on the
Newspaper until he was elected assist-
ant editor in Senior Year. We are sure
that he will achieve success in his pur-
suance of a Law degree at Fordham
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LAWRENCE E. DUFFY
Since coming to All Hallows. Duff has
acquired many friends. After gradua-
tion he will serve his active duty with
the Marines before pursuing a Liberal
Arts course at Fairfield University.
JAMES L. DDNNELLY
lim, with his pleasing smile, has won
many friends at All Hallows. He was a
member of the Bowling Team for one
year. He hopes to attend Xavier Univer-
sity of Cincinnati where he will stud,
MARTlN A. DUYLE
Marty was always very well liked during
his stay at All Hallows. He was an
honor student for one year and a mem'
ber of the Bowling Team for two years
Although he is undecided as to his fu-
ture. we are confident of his success.
MICHAEL L. DUCEY
Mike has made many friends here at
All Hallows. Among his accomplishments
are two years of Varsity Basketball and
three years of Intramural Basketball.
We all wish him well in his chosen
field of business which he intends to
pursue at a local college,
EDWARD J. ESPINUSA
Fds mrlrt manner and personality has
won him many friends at All Hallows
He has lent his talents to the Glee
Club for three years and to the Tennis
Team for two years, We wish him suc-
cess in his study of Medicine at a
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THOMAS A. FARRELLY
During his stay at All Hallows. Tom has
shown his oustanding friendliness and
has won many sating friends. He has
been active as a member of the Li-
brary League for three years. Tom in-
tends to study Business Administration
at Iona College.
JAMES M. FAGAN
Elizabeth Seton Academy
Since coming to us four years ago.
lim has made many friends at All Hal-
lows. He has been a member of the
Bowling Team and Intramural Basket-
ball Team for two years each. We wish
lim the best of luck at St. MichaeI's
College in Vermont. where he intends
to study Medicine.
THOMAS F. FARLEY
Our Lady of Good Counsel
Tom's amiable personality and quick
wit has won him many friends at All
Hallows. The Senior Class wishes Tom
the best of luck in his future studies
of Electrical Engineering at New York
EDWARD V. FARRELL
A four year honor student, Eddie has a
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three years of Intramural Basketball.
JAMES C. FLOOD
St. Frances de Chantal
lim has won many friends during his
stay at All Hallows. He has been a
member of the Bowling Team in Senior
Year. We wnsh him the best of luck in
his chosen career at Fort Schuyler
one year in the Library League and one
year as a member of the "Halloween"
staff. We wish him the best of luck at
the Air Force Academy.
MICHAEL D. FUGARTY
Nlike's good-natured personality and ex-
cellent aptitudes have won him many
friends at All Hallows. He has been a
member of the Dance Committee for
three years and he was elected to the
Prom Committee in Senior Year. His
many friends wish him the best of luck
at Manhattan College where he will
EDWARD P. FLYNN JOHN M. FOLEY
Ed has been a definite asset to All Halv
lows since he came here four years
ago. He was an active member of the
intramural Basketball Program during
his stay here. We all wish him the best
of luck in his study of Business Ad-
ministration at a local college.
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Roger. who has been with us since
the fifth grade, has been an active
member of the Glee Club during his
four years of high school. He hopes to
attend M.l.T. to study Electrical Engi-
PETER 1. GILL
Quiet and reserved, Pete has spent
four pleasant years at All Hallows.
During his stay he has been an active
member of the Dance Committee, AI-
though Pete is undecided as to his
future plans, we are sure of his suc-
cess in whatever he attempts.
lack has been very active at All Hal-
lows during his stay here, Among his
accomplishments are Tennis. Bowling.
Glee Club. and the Marching Band. We
wish him the best of luck at Kings
Point where he will take an Engineer-
EDWARD F GILLESPIE
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Ed has acquired many friends during
his four years at All Hallows An ar
dent supporter of school activities Ed
plans to enter the Air Force after grad
uation Good luck Ed'
JOSEPH C. GRIMALDI
loe, a four year honor student, won the
Iona award for French in second year.
He has been an active supporter of the
Glee Club for four years and a member
of the newspaper stalt in Senior Year.
Following graduation, Joe intends to
pursue a Liberal Arts course at Iona
WILLIAM P. HARTNETT
Bill has acquired many friends at All
Hallows during his four years here. He
has participated on the Track Team for
one ear. We wish him the ver best
of luck at a local college where
intends to study Engineering.
IAMES I. HAGEN
During his stay at All Hallows, lim has
been a popular and creditable member
of the student body. He played two
years of Intramural Basketball and took
part in the Sodality for one year, In
Senior Year he was a member of the
Glee Club. We are confident of his
success in his pursuit of a course in
Engineering at Manhattan College.
St. Ignatius Loyola
Brendan has been very active while
studying at All Hallows. He has been a
member of the Library League for two
years. ln Senior Year he was elected
to the Prom Committee. We all wish
him success at Fordham University
where he intends to study Business
EDWARD 1, HUGHES
During his stay at All Hallows, Ed.s
genial personality has made him well
liked by the students and faculty alike.
He has contributed his talents to the
Glee Club in Senior Year and Intramural
Basketball for three vears. Ed intends
to puruse a course in Business at Ford-
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KEVIN M. HURLEY
Kevin, since coming to All Hallows has
acquired many new friends. He has
been an ardent supporter of the Glee
Club for two years. Following gradua-
tion he intends to pursue a course in
Business Administration at Iona College.
PETER G. IAREMA
Pete, a twelve year man at All Hallows,
has made many lasting friendships dur-
ing this time. He has been a member
of the Handball Team for one year and
of the Library League for three years.
Pete plans to study Architectural Ene
gineering at a local college.
CHARLES 1. IAEGER
St. Frances of Rome
Charlie was a four year honor student
at All Hallows. Among his accomplish-
ments are three years of Handball and
two years on the Bowling Team as
"bowler" and secretary. In Senior Year
he was a member of the "Halloween"
staff. We are confident of his success
at Iona College where he will study
JAMES L. JOHNSON
lim has been very popular at All Hal-
lows. Among his accomplishments are
four years as a member of the Glee
Club and one year in the Debating So-
ciety. He also participated as a mem-
ber of the Tennis Team for one year.
lim plans to study Electronics at a
WILLIAM I. KEARNEY
Bill, with his quick wit and amiable
personality. has won many friends dur-
ing his stay at All Hallows. He hes
lent his talents to the Glee Club and
the Rifle Team in his four years here.
We are confident of his success in his
chosen course of Liberal Arts at the
College of the City of New York.
JAMES V. LARKIN
Jim will go far with his pleasing per-
sonality which has won him many
friends here at All Hallows. An honor
student for one year, he has played
three years of Intramural Basketball.
We all wish him the best of luck at
Georgetown, where he will study medi-
GERALD 1. KIERAN
lerry's friendly personality and ready
wit have won him many friends here
at All Hallows. During his stay he has
lent his talents to J.V. Baseball for one
year and Intramural Basketball for three
years, Although he is undecided as to
his future plans we are confident of his
success in whatever he attempts.
GERARD F. LeCOMTE
Gerry has won many friends during his
stay at All Hallows. He has lent his
talents to the Library League and the
newspaper for a year apiece. We wish
him all the success in the world in his
study of Liberal Arts at Manhattan
GERALD E. KELLY
Gerry has gained many friends with
his fine personality. He has participated
on the Bowling Team and Intramural
Basketball Team during his four years
here. We are sure of his success at
lona College where he will study Busi-
RICHARD J. LLEWELYN
Rich has won many friends here at All
Hallows with his pleasing wit and per-
sonality. An ardent supporter of school
activities, he has been a member of
the Glee Club and bowling team. Rich
plans to attend the University of the
State of Washington. where we know
he will be sucessful in his study of
ROBERT I. LEGATO
Since coming to All Hallows. Bob has
won many friends. This two year honor
student has devoted his talents to the
Glee Club, playing lead roles in many
of their productions. He was also a
member of the Debating Society and
the Library League. The entire Senior
Class wishes Bob the best of luck in
his study of Medicine at Georgetown.
ANTHONY I. LENNUN
St. Andrew Avellino
Tony has made many friends during his
stay here at All Hallows. He has ben
a fervent supporter of all sports events
at the school. We wish him the best of
luck in his studies at Iona College.
JAMES R. LEWIS
lim is known throughout the school
for his amiable personality. He has
participated on the Track Team for one
year. The best of luck is extended to
this Senior in his pursuit of a Liberal
Arts course at Iona College.
LAWRENCE P. LUUBY
Larry is a Jersey boy who came to us
from St. Nicholas Grammar School in
lersey City. In his four years he has
been an Honor student and a member
of the Band. After graduation, Larry
plans to enter the Seminary where he
will study for the Passionist Order.
BRENDON P. McCRANE
Brendon has been a member of the
Library League for three years. He ex-
pects to attend a Catholic University
and major in Political Science. His out-
standing personality and pleasing smile
assure him success in his career.
STEPHEN I. LUSONSKY
St. Stephen of Hungary
Steve, a four year honor student, has
been the recipient ot the General Ex-
cellence medal in Freshman Year and
has received second honors in Sopho-
more and Junior Years. He has been
an active member of the Debating So-
ciety lor four years, being elected Vice-
President in his Senior Year. He is also
a member of the National Forensic
League. His Engineering studies will
commence at Manhattan College.
IAMES 1. LYUNS
lim was a first year honor student, as
well as being a member of the Library
League and staunch supporter of school
sports. lim is liked by classmates and
faculty alike. He will go to a local col-
lege to pursue a Fine Arts course.
l0HN l. McCARTHY
Having come to All Hallows from
Barnabas Grammar School, lohn has
participated in several sports. Fresh-
man Track, l.V. Baseball and two years
of Varsity Bowling are his main accom-
plishments. Although undecided on a
college, he plans to take an Academic
course after graduation.
KENNETH E. McCLORY
During his stay here Ken has been a
four year honor student as well as be-
ing a member of the Basketball Team
for four years and the Baseball Team
for three years. Although his college
choice is undetermined he intends to
pursue a Business or Liberal Arts course
PHILIP J. McDERMOTT
St. Nicholas of Tolentine
During Phil's four years at All Hallows
he has made many friends. He was an
honor student in Freshman and Sopho-
more Years and in Senior Year he de-
voted his talents to the Glee Club and
the Track Team. We wish him great
success in whatever field in life he
MICHAEL A. McDONOUGH
Nlike. since entering All Hallows, has
proved himself worthy of being an All
Hallows man by fervently supporting
school activities. Not certain as yet as
to what college he will attend, we all
wish Mike the best of luck in his future
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HUBERT F. McGOVERN
St. Angela Merici
Thruoghout his four years at All Hal-
lows. Hubert has been an ardent sup-
porter of school activities. At present
his future plans are undecided but we
are sure that he will succeed in what-
ever field he chooses.
Hugh has made many friends here at
All Hallows. Having been an honor stu-
dent here, we are sure that he will do
well in his studies of Engineering at
JOHN P. McKENDRY
lohn came to All Hallows in the third
grade. In his four years of high school,
he has spent one year on Cross Coun-
try Track, three years in the Glee Club
and four years on the Handball Team.
He intends to enter Queen of Apostles
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DANIEL P. McLAUGHLIN
Coming from St. Raymond's in the
Bronx. Dan has participated in many
activities. He was a member of the
Dance Committee for two years and he
played Intramural Basketball for two
years. Upon graduation he plans to at-
tend a local college and although he
isn't sure of his career, we are sure
that he will be a success.
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EDWARD S. McLOUGHLlN
In his four years at All Hallows, Ed has
lent his efforts to many school activi-
ties. He was a four year honor student
and he ran track in Freshman Year.
Second and third years were devoted
to the Library League. Ed spent four
years on the Dance Committee and in
Senior Year he was Chairman of the
Prom Committee. Ed plans to attend
either lona or Manhattan for a course
in Business Administration.
PATRICK l. McLOUGHLIN
By his mild and socially minded atti-
tudes, Joe has won the admiration and
respect of all his classmates. The
friendliness and school spirit he has
shown at All Hallows will help him
greatly in his studies of business at
IOSEPH M. Mc0UADE
Dur Lady of Refuge
Joe's spontaneous cheerfulness and
friendliness have made him one of the
school's most popular students. Joe
took time to participate in Basketball
for four years and he spent two years
in the Glee Club and one year on the
Track Team. Next fall loe plans to
enter Fordham College, where he will
pursue a course in Law.
PATRICK F. MCLOUGHLIN
Pat in his four years has contributed
greatly to the school's success. He was
an honor student for two years, parti-
cipated in Handball for one year, and
was on the staff of the "Blue and
White" for three years. ln fourth year
he joined the Glee Club. We wish him
success at Fordham where he plans to
ROBERT R. MAGLIOLA
Grantwood Elementary School
Bob has been a zealous honor student
at All Hallows and has been the recipi-
ent of the General Excellency Medal in
Sophomore and Junior Years and the
Latin Medal in Junior Year. He has been
a member of the Debating Society for
three years and the Sodality for two
years. In Senior Year, Robert was
elected President of the Debating So-
ciety and Recording Secretary of the
Sodality. His classmates wish him the
greatest success in whatever field in
life God has chosen for him.
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Our Lady of Fatima
Hailing from Our Lady of Fatima Gram-
mar School in Jersey. Jay has been a
member of the Bowling Team. Activity
wise. he has joined the Newspaper
staff in his Senior Year. The Senior
Class wishes him the best of luck in
his chosen field of Engineering at a
ROBERT R. MARANE
P. S. 81
Since coming to All Hallows. Bob has
lent his talents to the Intramural Bas-
ketball Program and to the Radio Club.
After graduation Bob would like to at-
tend Fordham where he will study in
the field of Electronics.
JOHN B. MALLON
Brian, as he is known to his class-
mates, has won many friends during
his four years at All Hallows through
his amazing sense of humor. Besides
his ready wit, he has also lent his
talents to us on the Basketball Court
by playing Freshman. J.V. and two years
of Varsity ball, In Senior Year, Brian
was chosen as a member of the Prom
Committee. The best wishes of the
Senior Class go with Brian to Provi-
dence College in Rhode Island, where
he will study Liberal Arts.
ROBERT I. MARINO
Robert has attended All Hallows for
twelve years. During his four years of
high school he has been a member of
the Library League. He plans to con-
tinue his studies at Iona College where
he will study in the field of Science.
ALBERT M. MARKS
Our Lady of Lourdes
AI, as he is called by his friends, has
been a four year honor student at All
Hallows. During his stay here he has
lent his talents to the Track Team otr
two years. He plans to attend Manhat-
tan College where he will study Engi-
DOMINICK A. MAZZA
St. Anthony ot Padua
Dom with his amiable personality has
made many friends at All Hallows. Dom
has participated for two years on the
Handball Team as a main attraction. He
was also a member of the Band for
three years. Dom will attend one of
New York's colleges specializing in
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IOHN I. MARINAN
Our Lady of Angels
In his four years at All Hallows, lohn
has made many friends. He has con-
tributed his talents to the Debating
Society in Freshman Year. as well as
being a strong supporter of all sports
activities at the school. lohn hopes to
attend Manhattan College.
EDWARD l. MEENAHAN
St. Joan of Arc
During his four years at All Hallows.
Ed has acquired many friends. An hon-
or student tor two years, his activities
include three years on the Bowling
Team and three years of Intramural
Basketball and one year of Varsity
Handball. We wish Ed the best of luck
in his courses at the Air Force Acad-
THOMAS G. MASON
Tom came to us from St. Anastasia
Grammar School in Teaneck, New ler-
sey. Among his school activities are
four years on the Tennis Team and
two years of Bowling and one year in
the Glee Club. Tom plans to attend
Iona College in September to major in
JAMES M. MORRIS
Since coming to All Hallows in 1954,
Jim has made himself well known
around the school. Not only has he
followed the academic part, but he has
also been a firm supporter of school
activities. He was a member of the
Glee Club in first year and also the
J.V. and Varsity Baseball Teams. We
wish him the best of luck at St. Bona'
venture's in the field of teaching which
he has chosen.
CARL G. MERCURIO
Henry Hudson Junior H. S.
Carl, whose friendly face has greeted
you in the cafeteria for the last three
years has been a four year honor slu-
dent. With his witty personality he has
made many friends at All Hallows, Carl
has been a member of the Bowling
Team and was elected president of the
team in his Senior Year. He has also
participated as a member of the Year-
book staff. We are sure that Carl will
succeed in his chosen career of Medi-
JAMES F. MORAN
This popular student has made many
friends at All Hallows. He has lent his
talents to the Library League. Jim plans
to attend Iona College, where he will
take up a Liberal Arts course.
RONALD P. MORAN
Ron has been an honor student for two
years and has lent his talents to the
Track Team in Freshman and Sopho-
more years. He also participated in the
Glee Club for a year. His future plans
include taking a Science conrse at
ROBERT G. MURANO
P. S. 86
Bob has made many friends here at All
Hallows in the past four years. He has
been a member of the Library League.
Track Team and the newly formed Rifle
Team. Bob has not yet decided on what
college he plans to attend, but we are
sure he will be successful in whatever
field he chooses.
During his stay at All Hallows, Bernie
has been a member of the Varsity
Handball Team for two years. a mem-
ber of the Bowling Team for one year,
and an honor student. He intends to
study Business Administration at St.
VINCENT P. MURRAY
During his four years at All Hallows.
Vic has been an ardent supporter of
all school activities. The best wishes
of the entire Senior Class go with him
in his future studies of Business at
DONALD I. NORTON
Our Lady of Refuge
During his four years at All Hallows
Don has lent his talents to the Track
and Bowling teams. An honor student
for three years, he also competed in
Intramural Basketball. After graduation
"Duke" intends to study Pharmacy at
Fordham University. His genial person-
ality is sure to aid him in his chosen
EDWARD F. NOWICKI
Ed has won many friends in his four
years at All Hallows. His personality
assures him of success at lona College.
Our best wishes go with him in
course of Liberal Arts.
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FRANCIS I. O'NEILL
Franks friendly personality and ready
wit have won him many friends at All
Hallows. Ranking among his accom-
plishments during his four years here
are four years in the Concert Band
and one year of Intramural Basketball,
We are sure of his success in his
JOHN C. 0'REGAN
St. Ignatius Loyola
Drligent work during his four years at
All Hallows have won lack the acclaim
of students and teachers alike. Among
his many achievements are membership
in the Library League, Glee Club. So,
dality of which he is Pretect and
Tennis Team ot which he was a co-
captain. We all wish him our best in
his pursuit of medicine.
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THOMAS 1. ITROURKE
Tom has been an honor student for
four years at All Hallows. During his
stay here he has participated in lntrae
mural Basketball for two years. Ale
though Tom has not decided upon his
tuture he carries with him the best
wishes of his Senior Class.
St. Mary Help of Christians
During his four years at All Hallows lim
has won friends. Among his many ac-
complishments are two years as a
member of the Glee Club and a mem-
ber of the Bowling Team for one year.
Our best wishes are extended to lim
in his pursuit of a course in Business
Administration at Iona College.
WILLIAM C. PANKUW
A six year man at All Hallows, Bill has
lent his talents to the Handball Team
for two years, the Library League for
one year and the Yearbook staff in
Senior year. All his many friends in
Senior year wish him the best of luck
in his study for the Medical Profession.
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St. Simon Stock
An ardent supporter of the school's
activities, Bill has been a member of
the Bowling Team for two years and
the Intramural Basketball Program for
three years. In Senior Year he was a
member of the Glee Club. The best
wishes ot all his friends in Senior
Year go with Bill in his pursuit of a
Liberal Arts course at Iona College.
RICHARD J. PAPSCOE
Dick has been extremely active during
his stay at All Hallows. Among his
accomplishments are two years as a
member of the Glee Club. four years
on the Tennis Team and two years on
the Bowling Team. We wish him suc-
cess in his pursuit ot a Liberal Arts
course at Iona College,
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JOHN F. PARRIS
St. Andrew Avelino
ln the Glee Club in Freshman year and
a member of the Bowling Team in lun-
ior Year. lack has helped both activi-
ties. He hopes to pursue a course in
Diesel Engineering or oher his services
to the U. S. Navy.
CHARLES F. PERKINS
"Chuck", a four year honor student
won "Next in Honor" merit in Sopho-
more year. Among his many activities,
he has participated in Varsity Tennis.
l.V. Baseball. Cross Country Track and
has been a member of the Debating
Team. We wish him the best as he
pursues Aeronautical Engineering at
THOMAS H. PHELAN
Our Lady Queen uf Peace
Tom. during his stay at All Hallows
has made many lasting friends. Assured
of success at Manhattan College where
he intends to major in Science. the
Senior Class wishes him the best of
luck in his chosen career.
CESAR A. PERALES
Our Lady of Lourdes
Cesar has won many friends during his
stay at All Hallows. A member of the
"Blue and White", he has held the
position of Feature Editor. His ready
wit and quick smile assure him success
in his study of Engineering at a local
Don has been very active during his
stay at All Hallows. Listed among his
accomplishments are one year in the
Debating Society, two years in the
Band, two years on the Bowling Team,
and three years as a member of the
"Blue and White". We wish him suc-
cess in his study of Pre-Med at a local
Richard. with his warm smile and over-
powering personality, has lent his tal-
ents to the Intramural Basketball Pro-
gram. We all wish him well in his
chosen course of Business Administra-
tion at Fordham University.
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PAUL J. UUINN
A four year honor student, Paul was on
the Crew and the Swimming Team. He
also participated in Intramural Basket-
ball for three years. Paul intends to
study Engineering at Notre Dame, and
he is assured of success in this field.
JOSEPH E. PRAVETZ
Joe, a four year honor student, has
made many friends in his stay at All
Hallows. Among his accomplishments
are a year as a member of the Library
League. The Senior Class wishes him
well at Fort Schuyler where he will
study Nlarine Engineering.
ALFRED 1. RAIA
Our Lady nf Refuge
During Al's stay at All Hallows. he has
made many friends. He participated in
Intramurals for four years and while in
second and third years he ran Cross
Country. He spent first and second
years in the Sodality and in Senior Year
joined the Glee Club. Al hopes that
further studies at Manhattan will lead
to an Engineering Degree.
JAMES C. RATTIGAN
St. Simon Stock
Jim came to us four years ago from
St. Simon Stock Gramar School in the
Bronx. During his four years in All Hal-
lows he played Freshman Basketball
and three years of Intramural ball. He
was a member of the Glee Club in Sen-
ior Year and a member of the Band in
Freshman Year. He plans to study Busi-
ness Administration at Iona next fall.
JOHN M. RICCJ
John. a twelve year man at All Hallows,
has made many friends through his
cheerful attitude and genial person-
ality. He has contributed hih talents
to the Glee Club for two years and in
hris Senior Year, he joined the staff of
the "Blue and White", We wish him
well in his chosen field of Cinematog-
raphy which he plans to study at the
University of Southern California.
JOHN A. REILLY
An honor student for four years, John
is well liked. He has been a member
of the Track Team for one year and
Intramural Basketball Team for three
years. We wish John good luck at Man-
hattan where he intends to study Elec-
EDMUND J. RIORDAN
During four years at All Hallows, Ed has
participated in Track in which he has
won numerous medals. After graduat-
ing, he hopes to take Business Admini-
stration at Iona.
KEVIN P. REILLY
Kev has lent his talents for four years
to the Basketball and Baseball Teams.
He has been an honor student for three
years. He plans to study Accounting at
a local college. His friends feel that
he will succeed in his chosen field be-
cause of a good personality and will-
ingness to tackle difficult problems.
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MICHAEL B. RYAN
Mike has made many friends at All
Hallows by virtue of his quick wit and
ready smile, Among his many activities
are included years as a member of the
Freshman and l.V. Basketball Team and
the Library League. All his friends wish
him well at Notre Dame where he plans
to study Pre-Med.
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JOHN 1. RIDRDAN
St. Frances of Rome
lohn has mady many lasting friendships
during his stay at All Hallows. He has
lent his talents to the Band for three
years. We all wish him well at a local
college where he will study Business
CYRUS S. ROBERTS
St. Stephen ot Hungary
One of the most popular seniors at All
Hallows, Cy has been an honor student
for four years. He participated in lntrae
mural Basketball for two years. He also
was a Secretary of the Debating Society
for two years. being a member tor four.
Four years of Glee Club rounds out his
extra curricular activities. "Swanee"
plans to attend one of the Service
Academies. preferably West Point.
PAUL R. ROWAN
Paul. a tour year honor student, has
made many friends during his four
years at All Hallows. During this time
he has been a member of the Intra-
mural Basketball Team for three years
and the Crew for one year.
MICHAEL 1. RYAN
Mike has been an asset to the school
since coming to All Hallows He has
lent his talents to the Handball Team
tor one year and the Library League
for two years. We are sure ot his suc-
cess at either Fordham or Iona where
he will continue his education.
JOHN D. SANSONE
lohn has made many new friends dur-
ing his four years at All Hallows.
Among his numerous activities are in-
cluded Intramural Basketball and Track
for one year each, and two years as a
member of the Glee Club. Although he
is undecided as to his future, we are
confident of his success in whatever
THOMAS P. RYAN
Tom has acquired many lasting friends
during his four years at All Hallows.
He participated as a member of the
Track Team for one year and the lntra-
mural Basketball Team for two years.
We wish him well when he joins the
Marines upon graduation.
WILLIAM R. RYNNE
Bill has acquired many new and lasting
friends during his long stay at All Hal-
lows. Among his activities are included
one year of Track and three years on
the Intramural Basketball Team. We
wish him well in his pursuit of a course
in Business Administration at a local
ALBERT l. SALAS
Uur Lady of Lourdes
Al has not only been a credit to All
Hallows scholastically, but also has
been a member of the Glee Club for
two years and of the Track Team for
one year. In Senior Year he was elected
to the Prom Committee. We wish him
well at Manhattan College where he
will study Engineering.
CLEMENT V. SCAGLIUNE
Clem is a twelve year man at All Hal-
lows. He is known throughout the school
as a happy-goalucky guy, He was a four
year honor student and in Junior year
he played Intramural Basketball. Upon
graduation he plans to study Engineer-
ing at Manhattan.
WILLIAM H. SCHOEPP
Since Bill has entered All Hallows in
the middle of Freshman Year, he has
been an honor student every year. He
was a member of the Newspaper during
lunior year, and he has played for three
years in Intramural Basketball. Bill
has made many friends with his quick
smile and friendly personality. He plans
to study Business Administration at
Iona and we are sure he will be suce
cessful in his future life.
JOHN E. SECUR
During his four years at All Hallows.
lack has participated in a variety of
activities including Cross Country Track.
Varsity and l.V. Tennis. Intramural Bas-
ketball, Bowling and a year in Sodality.
After graduation, lack plans to attend
the School of Agriculture at Cornell
University and continue in Cornell, tak-
ing Veterinary Med.
JESSE M. SHEFFIELD
St. Francis de Sales
lesse, a four year honor student, through
his genial personality and cheerful smile
has won the respect and admiration of
his fellow students. As he leaves be-
hind at All Hallows rich memories of
his friends and teachers, we extend to
him our sincerest wishes and prayers
for continued success in the field of
Engineering at Manhattan College.
DANIEL F. SKELLY
A four year honor student. Dan has
been an eight year man at All Hallows.
During this time he has participated in
the school Band for five years. He has
participated in Intramural Basketball
and has been a member of the Hand-
ball Team. He intends to further his
education by taking a Liberal Arts
course at Fordham.
HUGH F. SHEERIN
St. Frances de Chantal
Hugh was on the Track Team and sang
in the Glee Club in first year. He played
one year of JV. and two years of
Varsity Baseball. He is planning to at-
tend Fort Schuyler Maritime College
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EUGENE T. SLATTERY
St. Frances of Rome
During his stay at All Hallows. "Slats"
was a two year honor student. He has
participated in Intramural Basketball
for two years. A member of the Glee
Club in Senior Year, Gene intends to
study Law at Fordham. We wish him
well inthe future.
During his stay at All Hallows, lim's
quick wit and good-natured personality
have made him an affable member of
the student body. We wish him well at
Iona College where he plans to major
in Liberal Arts.
WILLIAM M. STULDT
Our Lady Queen of Peace
During his stay at All Hallows. he was
on the Bowling Team and in the Glee
Club for two years. He also played
Tennis in his Sophomore year. Bill plans
IOSEPH I. SPINA
Our Lady of Refuge
Joe, with his cheerful dispositon, has
won many friends during his stay at
All Hallows. He has favored the Track
Team for three years, the Intramural
Basketball and the Glee Club for two
years. Joe's many friends wish him
success at a Midwestern college where
he plans to study Electrical Engineering.
to study Liberal Arts at Georgetown
TIMOTHY D. SULLIVAN
Tim, a twelve year man at All Hallows.
has taken an active part in the activi-
ties ol the school. which includes four
years in the Glee Club and a year on
the newspaper staff, The Senior Year
and Faculty wish him well in his deci-
sion to study Law at Fordham Univer-
THOMAS M. SWIFT
St. John the Atonement
An honor student for two years, Tom
has lent his talents to the Intramural
Basketball and Handball Teams. He has
also sung in the Glee Club for two
years. His quick wit and jovial person-
ality assure him success at Cornell
where he will study Veterinary Medicine.
ARTHUR 1. VAUGHN
Artie has made many friends during his
four years at All Hallows. Although he
is as yet undecided about his future
plans, we wish him success in the
career of his choice.
P. S. 71
Joe, a four year man at All Hallows,
has won many friends during his stay
here. All his friends in Senior Year wish
him well in his chosen field of Phar-
macy at an undetermined college.
GERALD J. VIVERITO
P. S. 83
"Viv", a four year man at All Hallows,
has won many friends during his stay
here. He has participated in Track for
two years and has been a member of
the Bowling Team in Senior Year. We
wish him well at Manhattan where he
intends to study Engineering.
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si. Angela Merici
Bill, an honor student for four years,
has been an outstanding personality at
All Hallows. He has played Intramural
Basketball and has been on the News-
paper staff in Third year. The Senior
Class wishes him the best of luck in
his study of Engineering at Manhattan
Merlm the maglcnan' lust twelve more years Iuninr!
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We waited four years but the big night finally
came. On the evening of Nlay the 14th we had
our Senior Prom. The place was the Hotel Bilt-
more and towards nine o'clock the couples ar-
rived. At nine we started. Before and after din-
ner we danced to the music of Frank Walther's
Orchestra. lack 0'Regan was the hit of the eve-
ning as he took the floor and did the Charleston.
About eleven o'clock Nlr. King drew Virginia Gal-
vin's name as Queen of the Prom. This was the
culmination of a wonderful evening.
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Andrea Redundo adds that feminine touch tn Charlne Bryceland's tue.
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Srttrng R Anastasm Corresponding Secretary R Maglrola Prserdent S Losonsky Vrce President Stand
mg B Holly 1 Mclntyre Recordrng Secretary
Thus year the All Hallows Debatlng Soclety has earned an especially out
standing record Eighteen of lts members hold Degrees of Merlt ln the
Natlonal Forenslc League esght hold Degrees of Honor eight Degrees of
Excellence and two Degrees of Dlstlnctlon
The Debating Society IS now ranked fntth ln New York Cnty lt has won
second place IH the Mother Joseph Debate Tournament and fourth place
In the Catholic Forenslc League Grand Tournament Four of Its members
quallfled to partlclpate ln the National Catholic Forensic League Tournament
In Chlcago Other successes of the Soclety have been the Father Gannon
Tournament the New York Unlversrty Tournament the Marymount College
Tournament and the Edmund lgnatrus Rlce Tournament as well as flve
Cathollc Forensic League contests held at Cardinal Hayes Hugh School
Sacred Heart Academy and St Helena s lnterscholastlc debates have num
bered close to mnety
All Hallows debaters have also been actsve ln three New York Cnty Stu
dent Congresses and numerous Extemporaneous Speaking Orlgunal Oratory
and Oratorlcal lnterpretatlon contests
Among the actlvltles carried on durlng the regular debate perlods have
been roundtable dlscusslons symposlums debates and commlttee reports
Reports have been presented by the lnstructnon Commrttee the Parllamntary
Procdure Committee and the Debate Toplc Committee The Soclety has
also inaugurated the publlcatlon of a debate newsletter
Indeed hearty congratulations are due to Mr Marcoux the Moderator
and Robert Magllola the Presldent as well as to all the debaters for the
splendld record they have achleved thus year
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Srttrng D Bischoff R Imbruce l Mclntyre R Maglrola S Lusunsky R Anastasro C Roberts P Temple
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Sitting lL to Rl R DICOIISIZIIO J Grimaldi 1 Brady C Perales Standing J Mahle
Blue and White
Each year with the close of the school semester the staff members of the Blue
and White have been able to take pleasure in a job well done This year has proved to
be no exception and it was because of the efforts of the class of 58 that the student
body was presented with six editions of the paper
The purpose of each one of these editions has been to record accurately all the
school news which had taken is taking place or would take place ln addition various
sports, and feature columns have been printed. To estimate the success of these
papers it would be necessary to quiz the entire student body, however, the concensus
of opinion would no doubt reveal that under the capable leadership of its four editors
the Blue and White has attained the ends for which it was instituted.
Those senior members, indeed all the newspaper members, may feel secure in the
knowledge that their contributions to the paper have become the permanent assets
of their and their school's prestige.
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Front lL. to R.l1 C. Mercurio D. Shea C. Jaeger I. Fletcher. Back: E. Farrell A. Crabtree W. Pankow.
Each year a moderately small staff undertakes the task of putting out what may well be
All Hallows' leading publication. This activity is, of course, the Yearbook, and to its staff falls
the heavy responsibility of overcoming all those difficulties which often arise between the
time it is just an idea until it is in the hands of the student body.
These difficulties cover a wide range, from the ominous threat of not meeting a deadline
to the ever present need for variety. They are in turn augmented by the ordinary problems of
layout, cover, arrangements of the pictures and other which would in themselves be capable
of detering lesser groups. Because of the fact that there is a 1958 Yearbook, is the best possible
praise for the entire staff and in particular the editors, Al Crabtree, Bill Pankow, and Carl
Mercurio. Because of their efforts and hard work, both students and school alike have a pictorial
memento of the past semesters at A.H. All this work, however, cannot be done by them alone
so the rest of the staff share the burden. Ed Farrell, Charlie Jaeger, lim Fletcher, lim Barkley
and Don Shea constitute the remaining portion. Sincere thanks must be extended to Bro. l. B.
Walsh for his fine moderation and Mr. George Routel for his excellent photographs.
Work just fascinates me . . .
I can sit and nook at it for hours.
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Bill and his assistant AI work on a picture
lL to Rl Mrs Carney Mrs Chorba Mrs McKnrght Mrs Knley Mrs Graffwlg Mrs DeMarchl
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Uutgtaing President Mrs. Kiley pins corsage on incum-
lng President Mrs. Gardener.
For almost every phase of our school
llfe we look to our mothers wlth gratl
tude for havrng helped brlng It about
We owe a speclal word of thanks to
All Hallows Mothers Club Once agam
this organlzatlon was ably led by Mrs
Kiley the president and Brother Haley
the moderator Their goal thus year was
the completion of the Biology Lab In
connection with thus they held two
card parties and two cake sales for
the purpose of ralslng funds Once
again we thank them smcerely for
thelr efforts and wlsh them equal suc
cess ln future years
On The agenda
What will It he ladles Canasta Bridge nr Talk"
lust like Mother used to make' It I buy the tlckets will l wan the toaster?
All this and a night out too.
Front Row lL to Rl l Lyons 1 0Regan P Iarema l Donnelly B Mr:Crane G LeComte Back Row
lL to Rl B Gunmng T Farrelly M Ryan M Bennett R Brady J Pravetz R Murano
This year as ln the past few years the Llbrary League
has been very actlve Under the able guidance of Mlss
0 Rellly this branch of school actlvltles has the job of
attendlng to the Llbrary and all the books It contains
The members have the job of taking care of the Llbrary s
facllltles which rncludes the blndlng mendmg and care
of the fllrng system ln addrtlon the Library League has
added many flne books enlarging the already well bal
anced collection The servlces of the Llbrary League un
doubtedly glve the school much better facrlutles for refer
ence and enjoyment by reading
Front Row lL to Rl R Mcllenna M Greco W Schubert J Noonan P Meehan W Norton P Trghe T
Downey Mrddle Row lL to Rl E Maher L Galteno l Dellbero W Cunningham E Keelrn E Reynolds
D Sullivan, W Maher Back Row lL to Rl T Gallagher, M Foley,l Brady, T Costello, C Mornson
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Top tl. to R.l: I. Mallon, Vice President, P. Ambrose, E. Shinnick, Treasurer, C. Fields. Bottom tl. to RJ:
l. Murphy, President, Bro. I. G. Carr, Moderator, M. Lucente, Secretary, 1. Mullins.
Mr. Mullins and Mr. Fields collect dues
Mom and Dad trip the light fantastic
The Fathers' Club was founded several years ago
for the purpose of bettering family-student-teacher
relations. This year, as in the past, they have done
much to fulfill their purpose. With Mr. Murphy as
president, and Brother Carr as moderator, they
sponsored several successful functions among
which were the Block "A" Dinner, the Mothers and
Fathers Dance, the College Forum night and the
Father and Son Communion Breakfast. The Fathers'
Club has well earned our thanks, and we give them
thanks, sincerely, along with our hope for their
Annual Fafher and Son
FATHER TRAUBE Chaplain BROTHER MURPHY Moderator
The arm of the Sodahty of the Blessed Vlrgm Mary IS
others The Sodallty at All Hallows has been very actlve
In both Its devotrons and apostolate this year The former
are composed of the Sodallsts dally spnrltual exercises
and group recital of the offlce of the Blessed Vlrgln Mary
at the weekly meetmgs The Sodalrsts have received
Commumon ln a body every Flrst Friday The World Sodallty
devotlons the Lourdes Commemoratlon and several Holy
Hours were attended by the Sodalrty members durmg
the course of the year
The Apostolate of the Press was launched by the Sodal
last Autumn Every day one Sodallst does clencal
work at the offices of Jubilee Nlagazme The members of
versity In full force Several members have assisted at
the meetmgs of the Catholic lnterraclal Society as well
One of the mann successes of the Sodallty has been the
redecoratlon of the Shrme on the second floor Among
the other actlvltles carried on by the members have been
the supplyung of reference magazlnes to colleges and the
drstrrbutlon of relnglous lnterature durnng retreats and
There seems to be no doubt that the Sodallsts have
been workmg zealously as special servants of Our Lady
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ists . ' ' '
Kneeling il. to RJ: M. McCarthy, Vice Pre
tect, M. Garcia, Treasurer, R. Magliola
Secretary, 1. 0'Regan, Prefect.
Kneeling il. to RJ: L. Quinn, M. Greco, D.
Santora, J. DeFranco. Standing iL. to RJ:
M. Cox, A. Rossini, P. Meehan.
K Father Powers addresses the students dur-
Front Row lL. to R.l: G. Yohin, W. Gettens, W. Farrell, H. Graf-
weg, A. Marra, M. Harrigan, R. Harrigan, P. Maas, J. Kelly, L.
Loohy, D. Pinto. Back Row lL. to R.l: l. Brassil, M. 0'Brien, M.
During this school year, the All Hallows' Concert Band,
under the able direction of Mr. Sagan and moderation of
Bro. A. P. Sullivan, has twice treated us to a sample of
their musical talents.
At the Christmas Show we heard musical selections of
the season and selections from the Handel Oratorio
"Messiah," but the apex of the musical season here at
A.H. was reached in the annual Spring Musicale whose
Murphy, J. Messeuger, J. Riordan, E. Mathis, I. Prieto, D. Skelly,
C. Cash, S. Bizzari, l. Mooney, F. 0'Neil, Mr. A. Sagan.
theme this year was "Eighty Days Around the World."
We were transported from the steaming jungles of Burma
to the frozen steppes of Russia in a musical panorama
of sound. We were in " . . . County Down, New York, Gay
Paris, or even London Town."
We will never forget this musical voyage and we look
forward to, in future years, many similar performances.
DANCE BAND: ll to R.l: l. Riordan, M. 0'Brien, W. Farrell, D. Murphy, A. Marra, M. Murphy.
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Kevin Reilly ....... ..... 2 07 7.6 28
Brian Mallon ....... ..... 3 49 14 25
John Allen ....... ..... 1 76 8.5 21
Lou Trlverio .,..... ..,.. 3 87 13.7 28
Bill Smith ....... .... 1 11 5.1 22
Mike Reidy ......... .... 1 28 8 16
John Callahan ....,.... .... 2 4 1.7 13
Jerry Powers ........... ..., 3 8 3.8 10
Richard Lucente .......... .... 2 4 2.4 10
Jim Costello .............. .... 1 2 1.7 7
Fred Weismuller 8 2 4
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Under the able coaching of Mr Beal and the excellent moderation of
Bro Kelly the Track Team this year has soared to a new high in setting
Working with a large turnout of new Freshmen recruits and many of last
years veterans Bro Kelly and Mr Beal have done a pralseworthy job ln
turning out an excellent team
After completing a grueling but very successful Cross Country Season
the team started right into the Indoor Season with renewed energy This
dynamic vim and vigour of the team lasted throughout the season and
resulted In the winning of many trophies for the school
The team took part ln several meets this year among which were the
Penn Relays and the Washmgton D C National Fmals Climaxmg this years
schedule of track events was the Track Dinner which was held on Thursday
evening June 18th at the Schnorer Club
Thanks must be given to Mr Beal Bro Kelly and the boys themselves
for their hard work In presenting the school with an outstanding Track Team
Mr Beal receiving the third place trophy in the Catholic High School Frosh-Sophomore Meet, from Mr
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VARSITY TRACK Frrst Row KL to Rl E Tamames R Ramrrez Ile 1 ero Mgr Thrrd Row tl to Rl A Casrro R Buda A
K Dolan l Prerottr l Srebecker V Splna E Madanowslu Welble E Mathrs E Rlordan R Coleman R McKenna W
Second Row ll to Rl E McAloon D Shedrrck I Prreto M Brown Fourth Rowll to Rl D Norton S Blzzarrr T 0MeIla
Culhane I Almaguer R DeCoursy I Costlgan L Aigner I 0 Persrco
FRESHMAN TRACK Frrst Row lL to Rl D Perry R Cotter I B McMurrough Thrrd Row lL to Rl M Rampolla V Van
Dolan ll Meehan F Vlsceglla l Lohozzo 1 Grlmaldr Second Westerlrng R Volpe G Kelly R Deldln R Genovese J Clvetta
Rowll to Rl l Merriman C Donahue D McAloon R Tlentham M Grottola
l Hoban P Meehan L Crota A Esposito W Santer l Sullivan
Mr. Beal to the rescue of Bill Brown as ll. Perry and Bro. Kelly
Mr Beal stops the clock as D. Shedrick crosses the E. Mckloon making every second count.
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With the first highly successful season under their
belts the Bowling Team looked forward to its second
year. Under the captainship of John McCarthy this year's
Varsity finished second in the Catholic High School Athle-
tic Association League. The Gaels attack was bolstered
by the bowling of Ed Walsh, high league average, and Ed
Meenahan. Lending their support to Brother NagIe's
squad of keglers were John Mahle, Dick Papscoe, Charles
Jaeger, and Maurice McCarthy.
With only a fair season the Jay Vee finished third in
their league. However, since this year's team was com'
posed mainly of juniors and sophomores, high hopes are
held for the future teams of All Hallows.
Under the capable direction of Brother Nagle the Intra-
mural League was increased from fourteen to sixteen
teams. Assisting Brother Nagle since the league's institu-
tion two years ago were Carl G. Mercurio, President and
Treasurer, and Charles J. Jaeger, Secretary. Mr. Jaeger
was also Secretary of the Catholic High School League.
With keen competition throughout the season the cham-
pionship was not decided until the final day of bowling.
The teams of C. Jaeger, R. Dacey, R. Papscoe, and R.
Llewelyn finished in that order.
J. Foley pitches another strike
Front lL. to R.l: C. Jaeger, J. Foley. Back
lL. to R.l: J. McCarthy, J. Mahle, E. Walsh,
R. Papscoe, E. Meenahan.
IL. to RJ. R. Dacey, R. Lowinger, 1. Phelan, B. Stoldt, R. Bielemeier, M. McCarthy, 1. Defranco
Maurice readies for a big match.
Brother McPadden and hrs group started out
the year wlth a few practrc
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age As the year progressed, Captain Dlck Pap
scoe and Co Captaln John ORegan along with
the rest of the team worked as hard as they
could to make the year a successful one They
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therr losses and plowed on regardless of therr
setbacks The staunch group of juniors on the
team have great hopes for next years tenms
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With many members of last year's team returning, the
prospects of a successful season were riding high. The
returnees included seniors J. Becconsall, B. O'Hara, E.
Meenahan, C. Jaeger. Tom Hopkins, also a member of
last year's team, helped to bolster the attack of Brother
Nagle's fine squad. Much promise was shown by two
sophomores, Pete Meenan and Phil Meehan, and Brother
Nagle feels confident that they are stars of the future.
With early practices marked by inclement weather the
team got off to a slow start. Although this year's team
was not entirely successful we have great hopes for the
teams of ensuing years.
L. to R.l: C. Jaeger, J. Becconsall, E. Meenahan, B.
0'Hara, T. Hopkins, J. Barkley, J. Popkens, B. Vinnini.
Front: C. Jaeger. Back lL. to RJ: B. 0'Hara
J. Becconsall, E. Meenahan.
Front lL to Rl A Euell P Tarantino T Angloletti M Ducey K McClory K Reilly D Belsole E lluirk
Back lL to Ri L Qualla l Romano E Cox R Conte M Reidy F Rotundo T Mannion J Mclluade
This year All Hallows fielded a fair club With the return of
last year s letter men Ducey McClory Reilly Qualia
McQuade Mannion and some added strength in the form of
Rotondo Reidy Belsole Ouirk Angioletti Cox Euell Taran
tino Brady Romano and Conte the team looked fairly strong
They got off to a bad start dropping two in a row to Xavier
and LaSalle but finally showed their strength when Mannion
shut out St Helena 40 Next on the agenda was Manhattan
Prep Once again a fine pitching performance was turned in
this time by Brady who was backed up by some fine hitting
This was followed by a crushing defeat at the hands of Cardi
nal Hayes Power stopped the A H nine 42 The Gaels then
defeated Manhattan Prep a second time. Xavier overcame A. H.
a second time. Hayes found its master in Tom Mannion who
shut them out 6-0. When the Gaels faced the Mount they met
disaster. Final score: Mount 12 - A. H. 4.
The team finished with a 4-6 record.
Mr. King did well considering his competition and Bro. Carr
filled in for him during his illness.
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Front tl to Rl D Cammiti F Kenedy W Farell I Waldron Kenna J Hayes S Fazulak l Phillips F Corti I Farley I
aher I Divcak Back lL to Rl T Phelan Miller Mazziotta Coach
Malcolm T Harrington l Scelsl l Sullivan M McManus E
This years JV Team had a very successful year They combined their powerful hitting and
fielding ability with some strong pitching to fight their way to the quarter final They over
came strong opposition in doing so
They played Power Memorial in the Semi Finals and squeezed out a 54 victory Next they
played the Mount for the championship. They gave their all but lost 4-1.
Once again we thank Mr. John Mazziotta for his able coaching. Also we must bid him fare-
well. Henceforth we shall have to look to our Iaurels because Mr. Mazziotta shall be leading
the opposition. Bergan Catholic s gain is our loss.
E Clark and F Meyer plnpolntlng the outstanding cuties of the Umted States
The St Patrick s Chomsters of All Hallows practlcrng at one of theur sessions at the Cathedral
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THOMAS LIGUORI CHARLES LUTZ
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DANIEL MURPHY RDBERT NIEVES
6 JAMES TURIELLU STEPHEN WARD
Standmg lL to Rl R Sulllvan P 0Brlen l Arcaro R Harrigan G McCann E Neldrch K
Kennedy W Brady D Darcy K Stapleton Seated Flrst Row M Comlsey T McNell R Staple
ton Second Row R Flanagan R Garrndo Thrrd Row I Lrum T Rex
Standing IL to Rl G Abbott A Crlstnna R Deppe 1 Murphy C Heffernan W Rodriguez G Galhgan
K 0Brlen P llrckey Seated Flrst Row R Diaz W McAloon Second Row R Mercado D von Marhach
Thlrd Row P Mas A Cherlco Fourth Row W Cettens E Crmmlnello Fifth Row W lmhol
Seated IL to Rl J Pacra C Srtler I McNrft E Rrley M Brady A Duscher M Hanratty G
Murphy Standrng KL tn RJ M Bennet M Formosa R McHugh W Cornell G Counes T Mc
Grrel R Preaux J Maher D Bernard G Whrtley
Sea ed lL to RJ C Hatheld 0Br A lulrano S Murp y J Correa C Draz Stan ng L t
R Santrnellr W DeEgldo V Rusano R Bechdul J Flynn T Chnrha R Cubas R Colasaceo J McNrght
Seated lL to Rl First Row W Gattl H Herkert M Brltton Second Row C Walwyn I Trernan
T Whelan E Draz Thrrd Row P Fazro M Colllgan R Polllo D Peraux Standlng lL to Rl
K McCann A Feng F McCaffrey T Lynch R Jordan K Umlauf I Greader
Seated lL to Rl Flrst Row L Carlno D Barton Second Row K Fitzgerald M Conte D Keane Thrrd
Row H Ryan W Ellrs J Masselr R Fernandez Standing lL to Rl l Paclocco P Coffey I LoZlto
T Brady D Parker L Faust W Holmes W Kenny
Front lL to Rl 1 Lusher R Gllette E Callagan I Mcliarry B ck ll to Rl I Ker
nan M Coyne I Llguorl A Devlgne R Laurens K 0Brlen P McBride P Bresclanr
M Schmidt J DeCarlo W Smith P Harrison R Ryan
Front lL. to R.l: K. McCann, F. Martell, R. Brache, G. Moley, A. Deluca, M. Blatchey, 1. Hasbrouck. Back
lL. to R.l: I. Fitzpatrick, P. Benett, W. Smith, C. Christopher, 1. Gibbon, A. Frascone, R. Esposito, R. Vinas,
C. Molina, T. Mullin.
Front KL tn RJ D Nee K Leavy I DeGrorge P Brown R Cardone 1 McKendry
M Yanolatus Bak lL to Rl R Perez R Rrvera I Martoccn T Chorba G W rd
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Crota I Caggrano W Martin
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Kenna Back KL to RJ E Manratty V Grardml 1 Ippollto J Keane R Hanratty M McBride
R McDonough 1 Healey H Dsle R Kloman
Front lL to Rl R Burke 1 Vanwagner R Mooney G Carrrngton Back ll to RJ B Dewey W Byrnes
E Collado B Clarke M Blanco E Sweeney M Devlin B DePamphrIls P Hattield I Cavalrer E Castro
Standmg lL to Rl l Yanalatos R Shaw W Rellly F DeSrmone T Gorey R Canole T Noonan
l Callaghan 1 Glandalone M Mastromonaco P Wrlllams Seated lL to Rl A Prince A La
Beet D Wood T Sulhvan I Cox D Doscher 1 levers R Farrell
Standmg lL to Rl W Tamagnl W Walsh S Lrebertz l Orlando C lackmo C Morley l Matheson
l Martello Seated lL to Rl M Murphy A Muller J Ascrone 1 Pandolti D Wood L Clske I Plelfer
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Junior Gael Basketball
Mr Farrell presents trophy to Bro Hanley The players ln the McCarthy l Healy P Maher I Haybyrne 6 Cavanaugh W
pncture are Front lL to Rl T McNeal K Stapleton W Car Gettens
berry R Sullnvan A Abbott W Rodnquez Back lL to Rl P
Thus year the grammar school basketball team under
the dlrectlon of Brother Hanley had a fme season Wlth
a record of 42 they reached the flnals and defeated
Mount St Mlchael s In a game marked by a barrage of
fancy shooting and ball handling by a score of 2927
This copped for them the CYO Prlvate Elementary
School League champlonshlp
CHAMPION S RECORD
Mt St Michael
Mt St Michael
I Hayhyrne and P Maher holding the trophy they won
4 an the C Y 0 Private Elementary School League
Midget Gael Basketball
Fron Row lL to Rl K Kennedy R McHugh W Smith G Griel S Murphy T Lynch K Umlauft M Britton Back Row
Gonnes Middle Row ll to Rl G Abbott T Whalen T Mc lL to Rl W Alcock I Maher
Once again the Midget Gael Basketball team composed of boys
from the fifth and sixth grades under the direction of Bro Egan
finished a very successful season They started off by defeating
Bishop Molloy but then suffered a loss at the hands of St Francis
de Sales after which they came back to win the next eight Again
they lost to St Francis de Sales making this their second loss of
game to St Philip Neri winding up the year with a 12 3 record The
only losses suffered were by boys in grades higher than our own
seventh and eighth graders We wish them luck as successors to
the present Junior Gales
G Whitley D Bernard
St Francis de Sales
Our Lady of Victory
St Rose of Lima
St Francis de Sales
St Catherine of Genoa
St Francis de Sales
Our Lady of Victory
St Francis de Sales
St Philip Neri
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the season. After winning the next three, they dropped the final Sacred Heart, """""'
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Front lL to Rl B MeAIoun W Rodrlquez W llarrlgan T Mar Back ll. to Rl P Maher K Stappleton I Llum P Donnelly
tell K Kennedy W Carherry R Castaldl Mrddle ll to Rl E Clmmello
D Summa T McNell K Danku D Murphy C Lutz R Kelly
Brother Cavanaugh and Brother Lane gunded the lunlor RECORD
Gaels Football team to a very successful season Rollmg OPPONENT
up larger scores all opposrtlon was overcome wlth the Ona
expectlon of Horace Mann The team and coaches are to Holy pamny
to be congratulated on a lob well done Whltestone
T McNeil makmg yardage for A H against Blessed Sacrament
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Front lL to Rl R McHugh W Smith H Ryan J McGarry W R Colasacco W Kenny L Faust Back lL to RJ G Whltely
lJeEgrdno G Counes Mddle lL to Rl D Barton M Blatchley D Bernad R Kearney
The Mrdget Gael Squad under the able leadership of Brother Moore and Brother Joyce
completed a sucessful season defeating Allen Stevenson 40 18 and Iona 130 whale losing to
Prmceton Boys Club 330
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All Hallows Grammar School Awards Drnner
At the All Hallows Grammar School Awards Dnnner Tom Landry of the New York Football Grants presents
the sports award to J McGarry as hns two team mates lack Strau and Kyle Rote look on
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On a May night the All Hallows
Gammar School Glee Club presented
Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pina-
fore." The splendid singing of the
cast and the principals showed the
excellent training of Mr. Obrotka.
Bro. Joyce, Bro. McPadden and Bro.
Heathwood prepared the scenery and
directed the staging.
Forty boys took part. The leads
were: Thomas McGriel, Arnold Abbott,
Gregory Abbott, Roger Garay, Peter
McCarthy, James Haybyrne, William
Brady, William Coriell, and Charles
All those connected with the per-
formance are to be congratulated on
a magnificent performance.
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Dick Ueadeye, the meanest goh that sails the water CR.
His sisters and his cousins and aunts
Frrst Communion Day 1958
Boys returning from altar
On May 10 thlrty nlne boys recelved
thelr Furst Holy Communion They had
been preparing for this event for
months under the dnrectlon of the
flrst grade teacher Brother Morrison
The Pastor of Chrlst the Kung Church
Rev James Dorls personally offered
the Mass and dlstrlbuted Holy Com
mumon Afterwards a Commumon
breakfast was held at the school
Thus lmportant event ln the young
llves of the thlrty nlne boys wlll long
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Boys assembling outside ol church
Boys approaching altar rail
Bays leaving church after Ceremony
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Priest administering Holy Eucharist
Front Row KL. to RJ: R. 0'CnnneII, D. Vinas, G. Hoy. Back Row iL. to RJ: W. Winder, R. Barton, N. Ruocco.
Mrs. L. Virgilio takes time out of her busy
schedule to pose for a snap.
Michael McBride and lohn Healy are dressed
as religious for Mission Sunday.
Acosta Raphael 625 West 128th Street NY 31 NY
Allen John 565 West 188th Street N Y 33 NY
Anastaslo Rrchard 339 East 79th Streett NY 21 NY
Ballo Joseph 1420 Parkchester Road Bronx 62 NY
Barbara Natale 2141 Fletcher Avenue Fort Lee NJ
Becconsall John 3261 Decatur Avenue Bronx 67 N Y
Bennett Mlchael 427 East 188th Street Bronx 58 NY
Blelemler Rrchard 106 East Edgewater Park Bronx 61 NY
Brzzarrl Stephen 830 Rrver Road Plermont NY
Bady James 3012 Young Avenue Bronx 69 NY
Brady Rlchard 2265 Sedgwlck Avenue Bronx 68 N Y
Branchlm Francls 509 West 135th Street N Y 31 NY
Brassal James 1356 Unrverslty Avenue Bronx 52 NY
Brennan Wrlllam 31 Sommerset Road Tenafly NJ
Bryceland Charles 1406 Merrlam Avenue Bronx 52 N Y
Byrne Edward 1380 Ogden Avenue Bronx 52 NY
Callejo Jose 610 West 136th Street NY 31 NY
Cardo Vlto 1562 Umonport Road Bronx 62 NY
Carolyn James 674 East 136th Street Bronx 54 N Y
Carroll Cornellus 215 Beach Dnve North Rrveredge NJ
Cash Cornellus 975 Summit Avenue Bronx 52 NY
Cassidy Mark 1361 Taft Road West Englewood NJ
Cavanaugh Andrew 6 East Sanford Blvd Mt Vernon
Cessarlo M1chael3240 Henry Hudson Parkway Bronx 63 N Y
Chrmera John 15 West 11th Street NY 11 NY
Coleman Ronald 19301 122nd Avenue St Albans Ll
Colgan Charles 363 West 51st Street N Y 19 N Y
Conway John 2537 Valentune Avenue Bronx 58 N Y
Cooke Thomas 11Carnatlon Street Bergenfreld NJ
Cooper Robert 90 Brrarcllff Road Tenafly NJ
Corcoran Vmcent 3018 34th Street Astorla Ll
Crabtree Albert 6148 Delafreld Avenue Bronx 71 N Y
Culhane Maurlce 2221 Tenbroeck Avenue Bronx 69 NY
Culllton Thomas 380 East 166th Street Bronx 56 N Y
Dalton Wllllam 1531 Anderson Avenue Fort Lee NJ
D Angelo Anthony 685 East 183rd Street Bronx 57 N Y
DeCoursy Rrchard 1868 Holland Avenue Bronx 62 NY
DeMarch1 Gerard 365 East 163rd Street Bronx 58 NY
DeSalvo Ernest 676 Stewart Street Rrdgefleld NJ
DlCons1gl1o Robert 1159 Crows Avenue Bronx 72
Donnelly James 1134 Julla Street Tenafly NJ
Doyle Martln 157 Vermllyea Avenue NY 34 NY
Ducey Michael 5126 47th Street Woodside Ll
Duffy Laurence 2327 Lodovlc Avenue Bronx 69 N Y
Espmosa Edward 24 West 111th Street NY 29 NY
Fagan James 5911 Huxley Avenue Bronx 71 NY
Farley Thomas 305 East 90the Street N Y 28 NY
Farrell Edward 1966 Unlverslty Avenue Bronx 53 N Y
Farrelly Thomas 1121 Woodycrest Avenue Bronx 52 NY
Flood James 10 Alden Park Bronx 61 N Y
Flynn Edward 500 West 184th Street NY 33 NY
Fogarty Mlchael 1307 Mernam Avenue Bronx 52 N Y
Foley John 995 Warren Parkway Teaneck NJ
Garay Rogfrer 609 West 151st Street NY 32 NY
Gull Peter 650 West 204th Street NY 34 NY
Grllespre Edward 590 East 140th Street Bronx 54 NY
Grlmaldr Joseph 1291 Arnow Avenue Bronx 69 N Y
Gunmng Patrrck 219 East 83rd Street N Y 28 N Y
Hagen James 1145 Woodycrest Avenue Bronx 52 NY
Hartnett Wrlllam 601 West 185th Street NY 33 NY
Hughes Edward 3414 lrwrn Avenue Bronx 63 NY
Hurley Kevm 1821 Umversrty Avenue Bronx 52 N Y
Jaeger Charles 642 East 236th Street Bronx 66 N Y
Jarema Peter 845 East 155th Street Bronx 55 N Y
Johnson James 48 Convent Avenue NY 27 NY
Kearney Wallram 1177 Nelson Avenune Bronx 52 N Y
Kelly Gerald 3804 Barley Avenue Bronx 63 N Y
Kleran Gerald 285 Rrverslde Drrve NY 27 NY
Larkrn James 375 East Mosholu Parkway North N Y N Y
Lecomte Gerard 461 East 140th Street Bronx 54 N Y
Legato Robert 417 Palrsade Avenue Cllffsrde Park NJ
Lennon Anthony 4319 165th Street Flushmg Ll
Lewls James 1314 Hrcks Avenue Bronx 69 N Y
Llewelyn Richard 81 Beacon Hall Road Ardsley N Y
Looby Lawrence 304 Pallsade Avenue Jersey Cnty NJ
Losonsky Stephen 505 East 83rd Street N Y N Y
Lyons James 1878 East 177th Street Bronx NY
McCarthy John 4220 Vureo Avenue Bronx 70 N Y
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